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Bitcoin and other digital currencies have emerged as potential disruptors to the financial system, but fear, theft, and illegal activity still hang over them. Here's what you need ...
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See what you can do with four of Photoshop CC's new features: Smart Sharpen, Perspective Warp, Camera Shake Reduction, and Real-Time Image Asset Generation.
Erik Eckel takes a look at CleanMyMac 2. Find out why he believes that smart Mac users would do well to keep a copy of this app in their toolboxes.
The Implementation of the Multi-Agent Classification System (MACS) in Compliance with FIPA Specifications
In this the paper discusses the implementation of the Multi-Agent Classification System (MACS) and utilizing it to provide an automated and accurate classification of end users dev...
There are many dos and don'ts when it comes to promoting meaningful interactions with your company's help desk. Here are ten which will yield the best results on all sides.
We live in an age of multiple devices and multi-platforms. We should expect our keyboards, mice, headsets, and printers to work with all of them.
We help reduce the stress of the human resource management solution selection process by narrowing your choices down to these four open source small business-friendly options.
Jesus Vigo recommends the Prey Asset Tracker for theft protection for your Apple fleet. It is open source and cross-platform, including support for both OS X and iOS devices.
No hacks, no registry tweaks, no add-ons: Just an arsenal of built-in tricks to make Chrome do your bidding.